SANS Penetration Testing: Category - Linux

Mount a Raspberry Pi File System Image

By Josh Wright Yesterday, I started my yearly Epic Desk Cleanout. This annual ritual is more about holding up a trash can and sweeping everything into it. I really clean, which includes cataloging all the random SD cards I've collected throughout the year. For SD cards, I'll typically dd the contents of the drive to … Continue reading Mount a Raspberry Pi File System Image


Escaping Restricted Linux Shells

[Editor's Note: On the GPWN mailing list for SANS Pen Test Course Alumni a few months ago, we had a nice, lively discussion about techniques penetration testers and ethical hackers could use to escape a restricted shell environment. A lot of nifty techniques were offered in what amounted to an interactive brainstorming session on the … Continue reading Escaping Restricted Linux Shells